For politician Harold Ford, Jr., selling his Flatiron co-op meant a new coat (or 10) of paint to neutralize the place. But sell it he finally did, in a deal that closed in December for $1.3 million.So where are Harold and wife Emily moving next?
A surprisingly quietly-decorated Chelsea 5BR, according to a deed that hit public record today.
The new place at 161 West 15th Street, above, cost the couple $3.15 million, down from its ask of $3.4 million.
So what colours will the Ford family pick to decorate the place?
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